These pictures were taken during the total eclipse of November 8, 2003. The camera was an Olympus C-5050, with only the standard lens, mounted on a tripod.
My results were varied, as these were the first shots I tried to take of the moon. The photos were stored as full resolution TIFs when they were taken, as I did not know what the camera's JPEG compression would do to the pictures. They were cropped and converted to BMPs. With the exception of the cropping and conversion, the images are as taken from the camera with no processing.
The camera's ISO setting was locked at 64, manual focus was locked at infinity, and the pictures were taken at the full focal length of 102mm. Holding the cursor over a photo will bring up the exposure information.
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